Cyclists riding bikes along the water in Warren County NY

Funding

Proposal Request for Project Funding

Introduction

Adirondack Cycling Advocates, Inc., recognized by the Warren County Board of Supervisors, is a not-for-profit organization established in 2011. The mission of ACA is to advocate for the expansion of first-rate cycling opportunities in Warren County and surrounding regions. To achieve our mission, collaboration with bicycling organizations, elected officials, businesses, and community members is ongoing and essential. ACA has a modest budget to fund projects in Warren County and surrounding regions that meet and enhance our goals to:

  1. Educate and encourage bicyclists, motorists, and the public to follow the rules of the road.
  2. Advocate for safe bicycling on public roads.
  3. Provide additional directional and safe bicycling signage on area roads, Bikeway, and connector paths.
  4. Support municipalities, businesses, and property owners in the expansion of existing and newly developed mountain biking trails and connector paths in Warren County and surrounding regions.
  5. Promote and advertise our region as a “Destination for Bicyclists”.

Statement of Purpose

The purpose of this Proposal for Project Funding is to invite applicants to submit requests for funding to support the five ACA goals. ACA will fairly evaluate requests to ensure projects support and enhance our stated goals.

PROPOSAL FOR PROJECT FUNDING

The purpose of this Proposal for Project Funding is to invite requests for funding projects that support the Adirondack Cycling Advocates (ACA) goals. ACA will conduct a fair evaluation of the proposal to determine if the proposed project matches and supports the goals of the ACA.

  • Requests may be submitted at any time. However, after an application is received, the Board of Directors requires a two-month time period to review and vote for approval before the request can be included in the budget. If the applicant wishes to receive funding for the following year, the funding request should be submitted by October 1. Applicants will be notified of acceptance or denial by December 30. In certain cases, if the Board approves and has available funds, payment may be approved in the current year. Payment will be made after an itemized voucher for the requested amount is received.
  • Requests may be submitted at any time. However, after an application is received, the Board of Directors requires a two-month time period to review and vote for approval before the request can be included in the budget. If the applicant wishes to receive funding for the following year, the funding request should be submitted by October 1. Applicants will be notified of acceptance or denial by December 30. In certain cases, if the Board approves and has available funds, payment may be approved in the current year. Payment will be made after an itemized voucher for the requested amount is received.

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